Friday, May 28, 2010

Trade Alert Sent at 10:59 ET to Quarterly and Yearly Subscribers ...

SNDA reported Q1 2010 earnings Tuesday, June 1 after market close.

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-SNDA's Form 20-F filing  for fiscal 2009- (20-F filing for foreign companies is equivalent to the U.S. SEC Form 10-K).

Firm - Analyst - Contact Information (International)

AURIGA - Tian X. Hou -  (+1) 212-231-9039
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch - Eddie Leung - (+852) 2161-7189
BNP Paribas - Yvonne Yang -  (+86) 21-6096-9046
Brean Murray - Andrey Glukhov -  (+1) 212-702-6602
Citigroup - Alicia Yap -  (+852) 2501-2794
CLSA - James Lee -  (+1) 646-596-2409
Credit Suisse - Wallace Cheung -  (+852) 2101-7090
Deutsche Bank AG - Alan Hellawell -  (+852) 2203-6240
Goldman Sachs-  Kathy Chen -  (+852) 2978-1291
HSBC Global Research - Tucker Grinnan - (+852) 2822-4686
J.P. Morgan - Dick Wei -  (+852) 2800-8535
Morgan Stanley - Richard Ji -  (+852) 2848-6926
Nomura - Jin Yoon -  (+852) 2252-6204
Oppenheimer & Co. - Paul Keung -  (+1) 212-667-7789
Pacific Crest - Evan Wilson -  (+1) 503-727-0635
Piper Jaffray - Vivian B. LI -  (+852) 3189-3102
RBS - Wendy Huang -  (+852) 2700-5439
Roth Capital - Adam Krejcik -  (+1) 949-720-7187
Susquehanna Financial Group - C. Ming Zhao -  (+1) 610-747-1632
ThinkEquity - Atul Bagga -  (+1) 415-249-6362
UBS - Gary Ngan -  (+852) 2971-8317
Wall Street Strategies - Brian Sozzi -  (+1) 212-612-7557

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Prakash Loungani: Home Prices Still Have Far To Fall ...

WASHINGTON (Dow Jones)--Dour predictions about the housing market aren't the norm anymore, as many economists have grown optimistic that home prices will begin rebounding strongly next year.

But International Monetary Fund economist Prakash Loungani has found plenty of reasons to remain glum.

Loungani, at a National Economists Club luncheon in Washington Thursday, presented his analysis of housing busts since 1970 in the countries that make up the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. His prediction: Home prices will fall much farther and for much longer.

On average, the previous housing slumps lasted 18 quarters, with prices dropping 22% from peak to trough. By contrast, the current housing slump has lasted only 14 quarters, during which prices have dropped just 15%.

But the latest boom was so much bigger than the previous ones that it's logical to anticipate an even more brutal downturn, Loungani argued. Prices rose 113% over 41 quarters, compared with 39% average price increase over 39 quarters seen in the previous booms. Loungani likened the current cycle to a rollercoaster that has roared up a steep hump and now needs to come down again.

"A lot of adjustment has taken place in house prices, so we shouldn't discount that. But it's true that we shouldn't declare victory too soon. We've now had a fresh shock from what's happening in Europe," he said after the luncheon.

Loungani marshaled other evidence that home prices are still inflated. He found that prices in OECD countries in 2009 were substantially out of whack with rents and incomes in those countries, compared to average values from 1970 to 2000. In the long run, he argued, incomes and rents will act as weights on home prices, bringing them back to earth.

Price-to-rent and price-to-income ratios were well above historical values in all OECD countries, except Japan, Germany and Switzerland, according to Loungani's analysis. New Zealand, Australia, the Netherlands and Belgium saw the biggest misalignment with historical price-to-income values, while Canada, Sweden, Norway and Australia saw the largest gaps in price-to-rent values.

Loungani said his analysis of prices and rents in U.S. metro areas suggests that many markets on the West coast and in parts of the Northeast could yet see prices plummet a further 30%-40%.

-By Jessica Holzer, Dow Jones Newswires; 202-862-9228;

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Friday, May 14, 2010

S&P Directional Alerts Sent Every Sunday at 9 PM ET

The Psychology of the Call team (POTC) is excited to announce S&P Directional Alerts based on our Psychological Financial Fusion ratio (PFF ratio) beginning May 23 at 9PM ET.

We understand many of you trade the S&P, whether leveraging E-mini futures contracts or through the cash traded SPY.

We are confident you will find these Direction Alerts valuable in addition to the stock option Trade Alerts.

If you don't trade the S&P directly, anticipating market direction is one of the most important factors that effects your profit and loss line from day to day and week to week.
POTC will continue to add services that are time-sensitive for the aggressive trader. Long-term investors will also find these services helpful as the market never goes in a straight line, yet most traditional financial advisors continue to push buy and hold.

Though we believe there is a place to buy, hold, and reinvest dividends in your Individual Retirement Account (IRA) and traditional cash account, we also know market timing is a deadly good tool very few traditional investors ever advantage.

Congratulations to all who were short the S&P after that 400+ Dow Jones Industrial short covering rally on Monday, May, 10. We were forceful in the quantity and tone of bearishness all week; several POTC subs expressed their gratitude and we are humbled by the complimentary e-mails.

Though we also called the greenback and crude oil correctly (dollar higher and oil lower), we chose to pool our forward-looking wisdoms and focus on short-term (weekly) direction of the S&P.

Quarterly and Yearly subscribers should look-forward to reviewing and profiting from our S&P Directional Alerts every Sunday at 9PM ET.

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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Alert Sent at 11ET; Closed to New Subscribers After 3ET ...

Perfect World (PWRD) a Chinese online game developer will be reporting Q1 2010 earnings on Monday, May 17 before market open. We sent the PFF ratio Trade Alert to all subscribers today at 11ET.

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The Psychology of the Call team (POTC) appreciates every reader, but especially the ones who signed-up and are taking advantage of our personalized e-mail services.

Subscribers are a diverse group: U.S., India, United Kingdom, Australia, Hong Kong, South Korea, Russia, Poland, Italy, Germany, Brazil, and Canada.

A single PFF ratio Trade Alert requires intense motivation, time, fundamental and technical experience, and a forward-looking perspective. We promise to send you non-biased, well-researched, educational, and most importantly money making trades.

POTC assures you we'll remain firmly rooted in principles of free-market capitalism as a motivational driver looking out to the 2010 mid-term elections. We believe a smaller Govt and lower taxes are the panacea to societal problems. A bloated Govt only ensures a bumpy dead-end road that leads to a laziness.  

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Thursday, May 6, 2010 Canceled, Subscribers Received an Updated Strategy .. (PCLN) has been canceled. We refuse to force trades just for trading sake. The trillion dollar Euro bailout must be digested, and it could take more than one day.

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Sunday, May 2, 2010

Alert on Mercadolibre Inc. was Sent and Updated Thursday

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